MARLBORO, MA - The Junior Bruins are proud to announce the commitment of Premier goaltender Ian Milosz to Boston College for the second half of the current season. He will reunite with Bruins teammate Josh Couturier in Chestnut Hill. Current B’s defenseman Michael Kim will be joining Ian and the rest of the Eagles squad at their tournament in Estero, FL over the holiday break.
The North Grafton, MA, native is a true veteran of the USPHL and its ladder of development. He joined the Springfield Pics USP3 team for the 2012-13 season and split time between the 18U and Elite teams in 2013-14. Last season Ian played 17 games for the Connecticut Jr. Rangers Premier team before joining the Bruins Elite team for the stretch run playing a large part in both their league and playoff titles as well as USA Hockey’s National Championship.
This season, Milosz has played a huge role in the Bruins’ 23-4-1 record with a .923 save percentage (2nd in the league) and a 2.16 goals against average (3rd in the league). He is also tied with now-former teammate Brian McGrath for the league lead in shutouts with three.
Head coach Mike Anderson, “We’re very excited about this opportunity for Ian. At 6’7 he has great range and is very athletic. We feel like there’s a ton of upside for him and wish him all the best at BC and beyond. Both of our goalies have had excellent first halves and Ian worked very hard to earn this opportunity for himself. He’s really improved so much each season as he continued to graduate thru the various levels of development within the USPHL”.
A member of Hockey East, the Boston College Eagles have won five NCAA championships, with the most recent coming in 2012. Congratulations to Ian and his family on their commitment to Boston College.